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Arrive in Delhi and transfer to Claridges for one night. (N)Day 3: Fly to Nagpur • Tadoba-Andhari National Park
Take a morning flight to Nagpur and travel to Bamboo Forest Lodge in Tadoba for 4 nights. The park is characterised by a hilly terrain with dense dry deciduous forests, beautiful meadows, deep valleys and lakes. (B, L, D)Days 4-6: Tadoba-Andhari National Park
Exploring the park by 4×4 jeeps, Tadoba offers a realistic chance of good tiger sightings. Largely undiscovered by tourists, you may also spot sloth bears, wild dogs, gaur and many birds. Kayaking will soon be possible on Iral Lake, alongside boat safaris in pontoon boats. Treks are also possible in the buffer region. (B, L, D)Day 7: Nagpur • Fly to Mumbai
Travel to Nagpur and fly to Mumbai (Bombay) for an overnight stay at the Taj Santa Cruz. (B)Day 8: Fly to Jodphur • Jawai
Fly to the blue city of Jodhpur. Explore the Mehrangarh fort and the fascinating streets before departing for the Jawai Leopard Camp for a 4-night stay. The Jawai Leopard Camp is a luxury, eco-friendly, desert camp set in the remote Rajasthan wilderness, where leopards roam wild and free. (B, L, D)Days 9-11: Jawai
Take early morning and afternoon jeep safaris in search of leopards. There is also the opportunity to explore the surrounding area and to meet with its colourfully attired and charismatic Rabari herdsmen. (B, L, D)Day 12: Fly to Delhi
Morning at leisure. Fly to Delhi and overnight at the Andaz. (B, L)Day 13: Fly home (B) Meal basis:
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important information : Luxury tour:
Featuring some of the most luxurious accommodation throughout the tour. Prices are based on the standard category, unless indicated otherwise.Tailor-made travel:
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or enquire online.
The Claridges Hotel is centrally located in New Delhi, close to historical landmarks, shopping centres and the business centre of the city. The property dates from the 1950s and offers guests an old-world ambience that has been sensitively redefined with new age grandeur and hospitality. Accommodation is in 132 elegantly decorated rooms and suites that combine classic understated decor with contemporary facilities. Hotel facilities include a choice of dining outlets, a bar, swimming pool, health club and tennis court. Features: 132 rooms, Wi-Fi, 4 restaurants, 2 bars, outdoor terrace, swimming pool, in room spa treatments and gym. Room amenities: Flat-screen TV, writing desk, safe, minibar, tea & coffee making facilities and en-suite bathroom.
Situated on the outskirts of Tadoba-Andhari National Park and set against the ethereal backdrop of Lake Maasar, the Bamboo Forest features 16 rooms that blend the splendour of luxury with the raw charm of nature. The restaurant serves an array of delicacies from around India, as well as dishes from around the globe. Activities include safaris, nature walks, star-gazing and bird-watching. Features: 16 rooms, restaurant, spa, daily excursions, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Air conditioning, television, tea & coffee making facilities, minibar.
The Taj Santacruz is ideally located just a few minutes' drive from the main international airport in Mumbai. The classy building combines the best aspects of palatial and art deco design, both themes ever present in the city of Mumbai. The hotel has three restaurants featuring local, Asian and continental cuisine. All rooms have a mix of contemporary amenities with old-world Indian charm and some feature views of the airport runway. Features: 279 rooms, Wi-Fi, 3 restaurants, bar, fitness centre, spa, swimming pool. Room amenities: Tea & coffee facilities, air conditioning, flat-screen TV, bluetooth clock radio, safe, hairdryer, en suite facilities featuring separate bathtub and shower cubicle.
Sujan Jawai, formerly Jawai Leopard Camp, is a luxury desert camp set in the remote Rajasthan wilderness where leopards roam wild and free. The camp aims to promote conservation via a low-impact eco-tourism model, nurturing the relationship between the Rabari Herdsman who have shared this landscape with wildlife for centuries. It has 10 luxurious tents with unobstructed views of the rugged landscape including granite caves/formations as well as winding sand riverbeds. Guests can enjoy private dining in a location of their choice, including by the lake, in the wild bush or by a granite kopje. Meals are created using organically grown produce from the camp's own garden. There is a variety of wildlife that may be spotted on wildlife drives and walking safaris offered by the camp, including spectacular birdlife and, if you are lucky, the elusive leopard.
Low season from £6255 per person
High season from £6495 per person
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*Itinerary: Note that for the 06 Feb 2014* departure date only the itinerary is different to the regular 2014 tour, with a visit to the countryside in Mai Chai and an extra night in Hanoi, and one less night in Hoi An.
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